Getting your recording to VoxForge
If you look in the Submissions System threads, you'll see folks making posts like:
Here's Burgess Animal Book for Children, by Thornton W. Burgess Ch01 http://www.server.com/file.wav"
The VoxForge Submissions Administrator ("SA") will use that link (http://www.server.com/file.wav) to download the reader's file. The SA does not have to wait for a book to be completed in order to put them into the VoxForge Speech Corpus.
Let's go over that one more time, and then let's look at ways to put your recording where it can be linked to.
You've claimed your chapter, recorded it, saved it as a high quality wav file, and there it is, sitting on your computer. We're going to call it recording.wav(onyourcomputer)
You're going to put it on a server--fully explained below--and then we'll call it recording.wav(onaserver), and you'll return to the Submissions System (at bottom of this page) and post a link to your recording--also explained below.
The SA spots your post in the Submissions System, downloads recording.wav(onaserver), and stores it on a server, let's call that recording.wav(onVoxForgeserver), for inclusion in the VoxForge Speech Corpus.
After step 3. you may erase recording.wav(onaserver) -- but it's good to keep your recording.wav(onyourcomputer) as a backup just in case.